Aluminum can get into the brain at any age. The problems it causes are well documented in Alzheimer's disease, yet most people are unaware that this toxic substance causes the same symptoms in people of all ages. Countless disputes and emotional stress among children and their parents can be directly linked to aluminum poisoning.
Perhaps the most frustrating situations occur when parents find they have lost control of their children. Many of these parents believe that childhood misconduct will diminish as children grow older, but when it continues and escalates into violence, they are at a loss to explain it.
Many parents respond by seeking professional help. Yet, because aluminum toxicity is not fully understood or treated, their problems only continue. School rampages confirm that these problems can no longer be ignored. The truth is, until the dietary laws are changed, society will witness more and more children vent their uncontrolled anger and rage toward others.
The problem begins in the womb. Because aluminum crosses the placenta, babies can be intoxicated even before they are born. Some are born with serious brain disorders that can be directly attributed to the mother's diet or habits. When hypersensitive infants appear to be healthy, their symptoms are diagnosed as colic. Aluminum also enters breast milk, so even the nursing infant is at risk.
Depending upon the level of toxicity in their mothers' diets, these children are born mentally handicapped. These are the children who display hyperactivity, attention deficits and aggressive behaviors from a very early age. If their mothers are not educated about the dangers of aluminum, these children will continue to be fed aluminized products, and their symptoms will only progress.
As these youths grow and develop, they become confused about rules and are unable to control themselves. They use poor judgment and make bad decisions, just two of the many related disorders of chronic aluminum poisoning. Illegal drug use is not the only reason teenagers fail to resist harmful activities in their teens. Their lack of impulse control was what got them started with illegal drugs in the first place.
The following paradox is thought-provoking and should be taken seriously. When teenagers or young adults bring harm to others, they are placed in prisons. When the elderly bring harm to others, they are placed in secured-living facilities. But when toddlers harm others, it is considered "normal" behavior.
RELATED DISORDERS: THE BRAIN'S RESPONSE TO TOXICITY
All symptoms of Alzheimer's disease are "related disorders", yet the primary emphasis of most Alzheimer's organizations is memory loss. But memory deficit is just one of countless related disorders. The brain can malfunction in any number of ways after being exposed to aluminum. Even spiritual disorders can be attributed to the abuse of this substance.
For every person [of any age] who experiences memory loss, there are thousands of others who display far more traumatizing problems caused by this disease. This is why the signs of hypersensitivity should not be ignored. They can alert victims and families to stop aluminum consumption, as well as the intake of other toxic substances before difficult behaviors escalate into violence.
This crucial test is useful in other ways. When a victim is overly sensitive, h/she may be suffering from physical problems as well. What are some of these problems?
Note: Many adults suffer from the conditions listed above. These disorders can be caused by other diseases, therefore, one's diet should always be examined to aid diagnosis.
RELATED SPIRITUAL DISORDERS: -Displaced or unsubstantiated guilt -Unrealistic expectations of oneself and others -Exclusion of others who are not as spiritual -Condemnation of those who do not measure up -Unprovoked anger toward people of other faiths -Offensive acts of violence toward opposition -Inappropriate tolerance of criminal behavior
OTHER SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC ALUMINUM POISONING:
*Forgetfulness (short-term memory loss) *Difficulty naming ordinary objects (keys, lamp, etc.) *Difficulty managing time *Diminished capacity to meet deadlines *Diminished capacity to plan ahead *Diminished ability to organize *Diminished performance of former accomplishments *Difficulty learning new concepts and skills *Difficulty following instructions or directions *Confusion and disorientation *Inability to focus or sort through problems *Difficulty listening to others *Difficulty performing simple tasks *Difficulty performing activities of daily living *Poor personal hygiene *Wearing inappropriate clothing *Difficulty establishing or maintaining relationships *Difficulty in showing affection or overly affectionate *Feelings of inadequacy and dependency *Decreased impulse control *Obsessive, compulsive behavior *Difficulty speaking (fragmented sentences, etc.) *Unwanted or inappropriate verbal responses *Name-calling or false accusations toward others *Continuous talking or telling stories to strangers *Divulging personal/private information to strangers *Inappropriate interest in others' belongings/activities *Delusional beliefs not based on facts *Using poor judgement *Using poor judgement when facing moral dilemmas *Codependent on others who are abusive or demoralizing *Decreased capacity to handle personal finances
The list is endless. Examine the problems troubling you or your loved ones, then examine the daily diet of those affected. Beware of denial, a common problem that occurs when concerned friends or loved ones are trying to help. Victims are sometimes incapable of recognizing or responding to symptoms. In fact, entire families can be seriously affected and yet appear to be "normal" to those who are unfamiliar with the symptoms.